LeBron James is one of Kwame Brown’s latest targets. The former Lakers center questioned the NBA for banning Lou Williams but not LeBron.
Kwame Brown has been posting videos regularly on YouTube over the past 10 days or so. The #1 draft pick in the 2001 NBA draft became a sensation with his responses to the ‘All the Smoke’ podcast hosts.
Kwame’s brash, unfiltered videos could upset those of us who don’t really care for cuss words and swearing. But if you can get past all of this vitriol, what you’ll find are the words of a man who’s been through the ringer and knows exactly what he’s talking about.
Kwame has spoken out about how the likes of Stephen A Smith and Skip Bayless have made millions by defaming him. He’s also invited a cease-and-desist letter from Charlamagne tha God for bringing up his past convictions while contextualizing his actions.
Kwame Brown goes off on the NBA for not suspending LeBron James
One of the larger points that Kwame makes in the video above and his other videos is about the get-along nature of the NBA. He refers to the difference in treatment between LeBron and Lou Williams with regards to Covid protocol violations.
“LeBron, I like your game. I respect the s*** out of your game. Respect that you got drafted to the NBA from school too. But why do you get to go party while Lou Williams has to sit out and get suspended?”
“And then the media kicks his drawers and his a**, but you, sir? You seem to be above the rules! Wonder why that is?”
Kwame Brown too real for TV. Calling out Lebron and the double standard covid protocols.
“You seem to be above the rules” pic.twitter.com/McFsbzptXn
— BossHogg (@6Hogg6) May 22, 2021
Kwame’s points resonate a ton with basketball fans. Just like me, many of them were duped by ESPN who pushed the ‘Kwame is a Bust’ narrative all through his career. You can find proof of how the media coverage affected Kwame’s paydays in the above video as well.